Musk Tells BBC that Owning Twitter Has Been Quite Painful
Many users seem to agree
Running Twitter has been "quite painful" and "a rollercoaster", Elon Musk has said, in a hastily arranged live interview with The BBC. The multi-billionaire entrepreneur also said he would sell the company if the right person came along.
Musk, who also runs car maker Tesla and rocket firm SpaceX, bought Twitter for $44 billion (£35.4 billion) in October 2022.
The interview from the firm's HQ in San Francisco covered the mass lay-offs, misinformation and his work habits.
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